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The Michigan Daily
ANN ARBOR, MICH., SAPU'CRDAVI JANUARY 14, 1905.
No. 7 4
'RAKE GETS HESTOiN.
richia 'r
ga' ireat Hialf has Signed to AT
Italch lDrake -Will Meet Mich- HE!A
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)VEMENTS.
Reading Room=Walls
t Professors' Pic-
uue Labels for
,ooks.
dil fo llm il: the liited Brr. Hensu-
iloeio f irpedggi 888-190.
1w left if Irresd.llTappan a lreProf.
rd(Iehaof lthellmlatiremat-
lip;I dii Ii (188) pintlded iy
an n rf erry F. Cocker,
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dr 1111departmentd; aditile center
lid portrait if IisFasquellli, pro-
r o m hul riilanigualges (1846-62)
diii d diorradit of twio later iheadts
I, 11%1111111deparitmenti, tEdwalrd L.
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hliiigIu iiofiGdorge Paimer Wiil-
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dliter Rufusiidi Choatlde, Ciiais. Dick-
Oaiiiii Hulle, Thos- Jefferion, Beni-
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XXs, ii li lli iiarriion, Pres-
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C mielm 'le Three.)
TRACK WORK BEGINS.
Training for the Indoor Fleets Opens
t this Afternoon-New Men Es
pecially Urged to be Present.
fddlfdd, pief, ldiacci ad Laeid1 r
are itrfcly ipriblited"i. i lii s dhe
order whidchdIwil goit fii c dabuy
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expdects Ill enter track atiletfcs tifs ear.
lie ipreentiditidhe gyiiiiasfuiiithiafter-
noonlilsomtetimelibeteen ieee aiiilsix
olodck, to recefve fludiamtental iiitric-
ion aoiigtheeciidlfldinhe ie iopeii to
folow. The 011d mcnin i charge of the
darfis specfal edints wil allle tre-
eu nd aiw ill1 take thiier squladitroug
ight doieinfg work Te hifgii jumperi
and pleicvalter will prblydlhoiliod
the floord earyin th ie afternootn, giig
lace 'to the sprinters later in the iay.
ihe diistance men will probably take aii
easiy journey over their corse it pre-
ptarationi for harder wdork later. After
today, work in aii departetsoif itdor
atilticfs will heeield reglary and t
i ihoped that the tmeitwilltrnl 1111
prompitly every afternoon.
Thc gymnasintm waii a buy place
yeiterdiay afternoon. Tiic len seeneut
toi are caught the spirit from Thursday
ight's meeting and athotghitil reg-
tlar work waii icedled te iig floor
wasi crowded witi entisiastic atiietes.
The high junipers, poe vaters, and
isrfinters al took a tan at tieir respect-
ive stntis and seerai of te weight
nirit triedionie preifninary mioeenetts
with the shot.
After the fiir o'clock gytncaii, Di-
rector Fitzpatrick caled te Fredhmen
around im and gare tiem n extenp-
oraneouitilecture. He mnitioned tti
Carraw cups awaderiditolinfiiers of iie
fnter-caiii reiay raeeiandiaiised titu
fit-year nmen lidgel 10 wirk at once.
A few wise Iddf'irisrere thrw tiit
aiiouttkeepng ockeri ani gnmlufts
clean, and tie clasdwasi dismuifsied wti
tite orlier foe all ahleic asdirfatis 1o
appear today.
NAME TO) liECHANGED.
The Facutlty Cunmittte on Non-Ath-
le organizationsi requested the man-
agemtent of te tew Good Govern-
mient ciiib 1o change te ame f
tihat organizationlihe objection~
of tite comnm~ittee to the new
ciiub are baled dili the tie of the name
only.
Wheni interv-iewed last eveiing, Pro-
fesior Aien S. XWhtey said:l "We
hare made thisii request merely because
we think that a btter namte could e
seiected. Last year the odtGod Go-
ermiment clb closedtp teir ooks be-
cause they thought tiat Ihe organization
couildi not exist after the Senate had
prohiibited thtetit frodni hoding a lecture
cotirs, the reasoni for which are welt
konssn They aiiverised fodr candidates
for offces hut nod appicatons were re-
ceivedi so they decfded to adjourn ine
die and trn over al booksnmoneys
and papers to the Faculty committee.
Uponl recotumendafon of the conmittee
hie Sente voted to abolish the organ-
ization. For this reason we think that
a new name is to be preferred"
Te management of the new organ-
izaionde whetn seen said : In our or-
ganization we considered the name an
unimportant part, and we were sur-
prised that tlhe faculty should object
to a niere technicality, The intents and
purposes of ottr new club are entirely
different from the general conceptions
' (Continued on page four.)
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ii sddiiii footiu ll is to he. i nt~iro-
1 }ed tli uhforii inth de lndarfudiure.
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